The GP Race Watch Tells Time Using a Racetrack

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: tokyoflash & designbuzz
The GP Race watch is a conceptual wristwatch designed primarily for motorsport enthusiasts. The watch has a unique face that drops the numbers and hands of traditional watches in favor of a racetrack with time-telling "cars."

Time is told on the GP Race watch by following the cars. The red car represents the hours, the blue car represents the minutes and the green car signals the seconds. The racetrack is designed in the shape of a clock's face and the cars move around it in a clockwise motion. The watch's face can be swapped out should you get tired of looking at time traveling around the same track. The GP Race watch was designed by a gent named Peter from the U.K. and was submitted to TokyoFlash's design blog; a place where concept watches go to become reality. Stats for Race-Worthy Wristwatches Trending: Older & Mild
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